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Dante Scarnecchia Retires (Again)

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1 hour ago, SmittyBacall said:

If Belichek is the brains, and Brady is the heart, Sarnecchia is the kidneys. Huge loss. This might be the first domino of the dynasty falling apart.

More like the liver.   You can put a patient on dialysis if the kidneys fail.....this is even more crucial, and harder to replace, even at a fraction.

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45 minutes ago, LETSGOBROWNIES said:

I’ll take how to ruin your credibility on FF for 500 Alex.

What is: admit you are a penn state fan in the cfb forum

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Best in the business, he has worked absolute magic with the pieces he had. Huge loss for the Patriots.

Edited by The Third Rider

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Best offensive line coach in the league. Five of the Patriots' six Super Bowl winning seasons happened on his watch. And he came out of retirement once before, to replace Dave DeGuglielmo. He will be missed.

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brady at his age can't afford for the Pats O-line to take a dip ..the way people are praising this guy this looks like a huge loss that offense can't afford right now

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6 hours ago, SmittyBacall said:

If Belichek is the brains, and Brady is the heart, Sarnecchia is the kidneys. Huge loss. This might be the first domino of the dynasty falling apart.

I dont under stand kidneys as a metaphor though. 

They filter blood to make urine.

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4 hours ago, Broncofan said:

More like the liver.   You can put a patient on dialysis if the kidneys fail.....this is even more crucial, and harder to replace, even at a fraction.

The liver is a brutal metaphor. 

 

You got no liver ypu are waiting for a car carsh that leaves someone brain dea so you can get their liver.

 

Pays fan waiting with baited breath.

Edited by Kiwibrown

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19 hours ago, Danger said:

Who? Is this really thread worthy?

Considering he's been the best OL coach in the business for almost two decades now, and the last time he retired, the Patriots begged him to come back, yes. Also, when he came back, that OL instantly improved. It was magical and nonsensical. Scar really proved to me what great coaching means and what it can do for a unit/team.

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18 hours ago, NJerseypaint said:

Any chance McDaniels finds a gig somewhere this offseason too? Because that would make things even more interesting.

Really wish he would.

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That's certainly a big blow for the Pats.  Gonna be a lot harder to keep Brady upright now, assuming he comes back.  Scarnecchia has made a lot of pretty underwhelming talent work like premium performers.  Diamonds out of coal at times.

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